If you're struggling for inspiration this Halloween, here's a really simple look you can do with make-up products that you already own. If you prefer looking more 'pretty' than gory on halloween, this look is perfect.
This look is all about the highlight and glow, so for my base, I used the Lush Skin Tint in Feeling Younger, which is a great affordable product which can be used as a glowing primer. For foundation, I continued with the glow by using the YSL Touche Eclat Le Teint foundation in the shade B30.
For my concealer, I used my favourite concealer of the moment, Urban Decay Naked in Fair Neutral. This provides such great coverage so is perfect for that Disney Princess skin. To set my concealer, I used the Soap and Glory Kick Ass Powder which has a yellow tint so is super brightening.
I bronzed and highlighted using the Anastasia Glow Kit in That Glow, using Golden Bronze on the outer perimeter of the face and Sunburst on the tops of my cheekbones, cupids bow and on the brow bone.
For this look, I was dying to use my new Huda Beauty Rose Gold Palette (see in depth review on this here), and started by putting Bad all over the eye up to the brow bone to provide a nice base for the other colours to go on top of. I then began to build up the crease colour, using a combination of Bossy, Coco and Henna to get that warmth into the look. I then went in with the pressed gold colour, 24k all over the eyelid. Once I'd finished, I wanted more warmth into the eyes, so added Mac Cranberry over the top and blended that all in together and also under the lower lash line. Mac Cranberry was also what I used to create the 'Blood Tears' coming down the face.
To top off the look, I used Charlotte Tilbury's Matte Revolution in Red Carpet Red (see review here). On the top, I used a combination of Loreal's Gold Obsession Lipstick in Pure Gold, and then tapped some more of the 24K Huda Beauty Eyeshadow into the centre.
I really loved how this look turned out, it could easily be built up with some fake blood too if you wanted it a little more gory. What are you dressing as for Halloween? I'd love to know!